Bridging The Gap

Have you ever been pushed aside, doubted, underestimated, or faced prejudice in your career? Hear from Jalon Hall on how she’s overcome adversity, including her top takeaways for fostering inclusion.

Jalon Hall’s story is one of fierce resilience. Born a …

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Being Black in the Workplace

Join Dr. Des on the Young Black and Professional podcast as she takes a dive into some of her past experiences of microagressions and racism in the workplace. She’ll discuss how she navigated situations and give advice that she heard …

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What To Do When You Don’t Feel Qualified?

In this empowering episode of the Young Black and Professional podcast, our guest, Breanna Foreman, shares her career journey, offering invaluable advice on navigating the professional landscape, especially when faced with self-doubt.

Here’s a sneak peek into what you can …

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Passion vs. Career: How to Merge Them Together!

This week on the Young Black and Professional Podcast we have a former Recent Grad Boot Camp Student who is making big moves with her career and the areas that she’s currently passionate about! She currently works as Clinical Research …

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The Future of Recruitment: Hiring Trends for 2024

Have you ever wondered that in the time it takes to brew your morning coffee, over a million job applications are submitted worldwide?

In the ever-evolving dance of supply and demand in the job market, the pace of recruitment is …

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The Top 10 Affordable LGBTQ+ Friendly Cities Pt 1 | Queer Money Ep. 433

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What are the most affordable, LGBTQ+ friendly cities in the United States?
On this Queer Money, we’re taking a break from our usual look at individual states. We wanted to share the the top 10 most affordable, LGBTQ+ friendly cities so far from the first 25 states we’ve covered from Montana to Wyoming.
All …

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An LGBT Candidate’s Guide To the Job Search

Our country has made great progress regarding the LGBT community over the past few years, but things are still not perfect, and members of this community still often encounter discrimination from their peers and even potential employers.

When looking for …

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Avoiding LGBTQ Workplace Discrimination: Should You Come Out At Work?

When I came out as bisexual to my family and friends, I hoped it would be the last time I had that awkward conversation. Then I graduated college and moved from my liberal hometown of Boston, Massachusetts to Cleveland, Ohio, …

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Delayed But Determined

College is supposed to be, as they say, the best four years of your life. Students get the chance to create new friendships, memories, and experiences. Some cruise through with minimal effort, while others find it a bit of a …

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4 Ways To Advance Your Career As A Black Woman

Being a Black woman in corporate America often means being the only Black woman in the room. For Black women, this uncomfortable reality comes with its own rules to success that force an unfair standard of excellence.

Over time, progress …

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